Rangers faces Queen of the South for their next game

Rangers will be facing Queen of the South in Ibrox for their next game in the Scottish Championship. Rangers is currently 1st in the table with 72 points and will be pushing for promotion next season. Queen of the South lies 6th in the table, 35 points behind the leader.

Rangers manager, Mark Warburton do not have any new injury worries for this game and will hope that they will return to winning ways after their defeat at Falkirk. The match ended 3-2 despite the fact that the Light Blues took a 2-0 lead early on.

He will have to do it however without some notable players such as Martyn Waghorn, GedionZelalem and David Templeton who are still out with injuries. However, strikers Michael O'Halloran and Nicky Clark, as well as midfield player Forrester, will be hoping that they could get a place back in the first team after suffering from injuries and sickness respectively.

Rangers have previously met Queen of the South at home for 24 times; they have won the game 19 times, drawn 3 times and lost only 2 times in the league. With Rangers having kept only one clean sheet in their last league games against Queen of the South, we should expect to see goals at Ibrox.

On the other hand, Queen of the South will be hoping that they could get points for this game to keep their dream of play-off alive. However, their midfielder Murdoch will not be eligible to play against his parent club, Rangers.

Queens of the South will be without several players such as defender Higgins as well as forward Lyle due to suspensions. However, there will be the return of Andy Dowie and Lewis Kidd that will help boost a defense that is decimated due to injuries.